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Alien Autopsy First Aid Activity for Scouts

Posted August 25, 2014 By dealinanddishin

TweetI am in my last year of Cub Scouts, and my second year of Girl Scouts (we are Daisies). In Cub Scouts we are now Webelos II after receiving our Webelos badge at Blue and Gold earlier this month. Webelos (We’ll Be Loyal Scouts) is the last rank and is all of 4th grade year […]

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How to Make Mini First Aid Kits

Posted August 23, 2014 By dealinanddishin

Tweet My Cub Scouts made Mini First Aid Kits as part of their Readyman requirement. These would be great for Girl Scouts as well (when my Daisy Scouts get a little older). The other item I brought I’m in love with are Mini M&M tubes. I have been “collecting” (hoarding) these in hopes of a […]

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Teaching Chess to Kids

Posted January 28, 2014 By dealinanddishin

Tweet This week in Cub Scouts (Webelos I) we will be working on our Chess Belt Loop for the Scholar Activity Pin. I am also keeping for when I teach my Girl Scouts to play. It was looking like I would not have enough boards for my Scouts, and I have Scouts who will not be […]

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Smores So Many Different Ways

Posted October 4, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetMy son is going to his first Boy Scout event. He is a Webelos I right now so he gets to go hang out with the Boy Scouts. He was supposed to camp, but he has been coughing with allergies/cold for a couple weeks now. It’s going to be rainy so no overnight. Then my […]

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S’mores Cookies

Posted September 30, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetI had my first Den meeting with my Webelos I and it was almost my son’s 10th birthday so I thought I would bake up a treat. Being it was Scouts how could I go wrong with S’mores. S’mores are my favorite thing, but they can be messy and don’t transport. I decided to make […]

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How to make a Crown, Flag, or Bacon Pinewood Derby Cars

Posted March 16, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetThis year we made Crown, Flag, and Bacon Pinewood Derby cars. The pictures, tools, and art supplies used will hopefully help or inspire your Derby car. Tips I have picked up over the last few years are down at the bottom. The Boy had the American Flag, and won a medal for Patriotic theme. The Girl had […]

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Pinewood Derby Car Ideas

Posted March 11, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetIt’s that time of year again..Pinewood Derby! There has been a lot of brainstorming, then cutting, sanding, painting, and still have final building to do. Here are some of my favorite Pinewood Derby car ideas I’ve seen at races, come up with, or seen online. Here are our cars (still need wheels) Directions for our […]

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Cub Scout Cake Bake Activities and Cake Ideas

Posted January 29, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetYou will have downtime during the Cake Bake when voting is happening, raffle tickets being sold and need something for the Scouts to do. If not a group of bored boys will be running all over the place, and with cakes a big mess could happen. Here are some Cub Scout Cake Bake activities you could do, and […]

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Cub Scout Cake Bake Ideas

Posted January 8, 2013 By dealinanddishin

TweetI have been on the computer most of the day today trying to come up with Cub Scout Cake Bake ideas for our Pack Cake Bake that I signed up to chair. Basically the Scouts bring in undecorated cakes, have 30 minutes to decorate in whatever them they’ve chosen, and then they are voted on and […]

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Pinewood Derby

Posted March 10, 2012 By dealinanddishin

TweetWe had our Pinewood Derby for Cub Scouts today. The kids had fun and liked showing their cars. My son’s car Monster Bug (the Dremel allowed me to carve out teeth and hot glue gun to add drops of venom to the teeth) My daughter’s (Tag) car Perry the Platypus I saw the picture on Pinterest […]

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